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        Aphrodite

      Paris: Librairie Borel, 1896. Pierre Loüys Aphrodite - "The best selling work by any living French author in his time" A Superb Art Nouveau Style Binding by Charles Louis Lucien Lanoé LOÜYS, Pierre. LANOÉ, Charles Louis Lucien, binder. Aphrodite. Moeurs Antiques. Illustrations de A[ntoine]. Calbet. Collections de Edouard Guillaume "Nymphée". Paris: Librairie Borel, 1896. Tall octavo (7 3/8 x 3 1/2 inches; 187 x 90 mm.). [viii], 394, [1, imprint, verso blank], [1, advertisement, verso blank] pp. Illustrated throughout with monotone illustrations, mainly in the text, a few full-page. Elaborately bound 'Art Nouveau' style in dark green morocco (ca. 1920) by Charles Louis Lucien Lanoé (signed in ink "CH. Lanoe Relieur doreur" on verso of front free-endpaper). A very attractive art nouveau binding with the covers decorated in gilt and with fourteen flowers and stems inlaid in green, red, brown and cream morocco's. Spine with four raised bands, elaborately inlaid with floral designs in various colored morocco's and lettered in gilt. Double ruled gilt board edges, turn-ins with gilt greek key pattern, marbled paper liners and end-leaves, original pale green wrappers printed in green and red bound in, all edges gilt. Minimal darkening to spine, otherwise absolutely fine. Housed in the original leather edged marbled-paper slipcase. Charles Louis Lucien LANOÉ (1881-1959) was a bookbinder. Born in Nice (Alpes-Maritimes) - died in Paris. Upon leaving the École Estienne he worked in the workshops of Ch. Meunier and Quesnel. He joined Petrus Ruban's studio in 1903 and succeeded him in 1910. He stopped working as a bookbinder in 1956. He married August 20, 1903 Georgine Charlotte Santin at the town hall of the 5th district. He also practiced wood engraving, painting and music. He was an officer of the Academy in 1913 and a Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1936. He was a member of the Historical Society of the 6th arrondissement of Paris from 1932-1938. Pierre Felix LOÜYS (1870-1925) was a French poet and writer, most renowned for lesbian and classical themes in some of his writings. He is known as a writer who sought to "express pagan sensuality with stylistic perfection". He was made first a Chevalier and then an Officer of the Légion d'honneur for his contributions to French literature. He was born in Ghent, Belgium, but relocated to France where he spent the rest of his life. He studied at the École Alsacienne in Paris, and there he developed a good friendship with a future Nobel Prize winner and champion of homosexual rights, André Gide. From 1890 onwards, he began spelling his name as "Louÿs", and pronouncing the final S, as a way of expressing his fondness for classical Greek culture (the letter Y is known in French as i grec or "Greek I". During the 1890s, he became a friend of the noted Irish homosexual dramatist Oscar Wilde, and was the dedicatee of Wilde's Salomé in its original (French) edition. Louÿs thereby was able to socialize with homosexuals. Louÿs started writing his first erotic texts at the age of eighteen, at which time he developed an interest in the Parnassian and Symbolist schools of writing. During 1896, Louÿs published his first novel, Aphrodite - Mœurs Antiques (Aphrodite - Ancient Manners), a description of courtesan life in Alexandria. It is considered a mixture of both literary excess and refinement, and, numbering at 350,000 copies, was the best selling work by any living French author in his time. Antoine CALBET (1860-1944) a student of Alexandre Cabanel, and was highly regarded as painter and illustrator of nudes and genre scenes. His subject matter and treatment of the human figure reflect an eighteenth century, Rococo influence, often including naturalistic, pastoral scenes depicted in a manner exuding lightness, elegance, and decorative charm. Beginning in 1880, Calbet exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français, eventually becoming a member, and earning medals in 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1900. Calbet provided numerous illustrations, notably: Aphrodite by P. Louys, Madame Neigeon by E. Zola, and Le Jardub de Berenice by M. Barres.

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        ALEUTIAN INDIAN AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY...

      Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Stationery & Pringint Co, 1896. 23pp. 12mo. Original printed pictorial wrappers, with vignette above. Bookplate of John Lawson on front wrapper verso. Wrappers slightly chipped and soiled, but a very good copy of a scarce and fragile item. An excellent copy of this fragile indigenous-language dictionary. Above the vignette portrait cut of an Indian wearing a broad-brimmed hat, the cover title reads, "Alaska Indian Dictionary," and the sub-title on the main titlepage is, "Common words in the dialects of the Aleutian Indian language as spoken by the Oogashik, Egashik, Egegik, Anangashuk, and Misremie Tribes around the Sulima River and neighbouring parts of the Alaska Peninsula." Not in Vancil. BANKS, p.64. EDWARDS, p.17. SMITH 5799. WICKERSHAM 2590. AYER INDIAN LINGUISTICS (ALEUT) 7.

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        German Social Democracy Six Lectures with an Appendix on Social Democracy and the Woman Question in Germany by Alys Russell

      First edition, second impression. 8vo (189 x 131 mm). [1], xiv, 204, pp. Original navy ribbed cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt (tiny chip to spine, boards a trifle rubbed, bookplate removed from rear free endpaper).  London, Longmans, Green and Co.

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        Cours d'Economie Politique professé à l'Université de Lausanne (2 Tomes - Complet) [ Edition originale ]

      F. Rouge, Lausanne, Pichon, Duncker & Humblot 1896 - 1 vol. in-8 reliure demi-basane bordeaux, F. Rouge, Lausanne, Pichon, Paris, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig, 1896 (tome I), VIII-416 pp. et 2 ff. manuscrits, F. Rouge, Lausanne, 1897, (Tome II), 2 ff. (titre et errata), 426 pp. Le tome I est incomplet des 7 derniers feuillets, le texte ayant été complété par deux feuillets manuscrits copiés par le professeur Georges-Henri Bousquet, disciple et ami de Pareto (mais les tables des matières manquantes n'ont pas été copiées). Etat très satisfaisant par ailleurs (reliure lég. frottée, annotations de G. H. Bousquet, très nombreuses en garde, plus rares dans le texte). Prix en l'état pour cet exemplaire incomplet mais de belle provenance. Importante édition originale du Cours d'Economie Politique, provenant de la bibliothèque du professeur Bousquet, qui rééditera le cours avec G. Busino en 1964. Successeur de Léon Walras dans la chaire de Lausanne, le sociologue et économiste Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923) reste l'un des plus fameux intellectuels de son temps. Dans son cours, il expose la distinction de l'utilité et de l'ophélimité, développe une théorie de la production reprise de Léon Walras mais approfondie, et une théorie économique du monopole. L'exposé d'économie appliquée qui occupe la plus grande partie de l'ouvrage embrasse la plupart des aspects de l'économie : population et main d'oeuvre, monnaie, épargne, banque, production, commerce. Son originalité tient essentiellement à sa théorie de la rente, son analyse des crises et des revenus. Le professeur Georges-Henri Bousquet (1900-1978), docteur en droit en 1923 avec une thèse sur "L'évolution sociale en Hollande 1914-1922", est un économiste de l'école de Pareto et Schumpeter, mais également islamisant de l'école de Goldziher et Snouck-Hugronje, professeur aux facultés d'Alger puis de Bordeaux. Peu après sa thèse, il participa à la mission de la SDN pour la restauration financière de l'Autriche. Proche de son maître en sociologie Vilfredo Pareto, il servit fortement sa pensée, l'édita et le vulgarisa ; il entretint une correspondance avec Pareto et le visita notamment une huitaine de jours dans sa villa de Céligny vers Pâques 1923. Grâce à la fondation Rockfeller, il fit un séjour de recherche à Harvard dans les années 1933-1934. Il avait connu personnellement Joseph Schumpeter, Irving Fisher et Pareto, ainsi que le disciple de Léon Walras Albert Aupetit. Le nom du Professeur Bousquet est l'un des rares économistes français contemporains à être plusieurs fois cité dans la monumentale Histoire de l’Analyse Economique de Schumpeter. Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Het Liedeken van Here Halewijn

      J.E. Buschmann, Antwerp 1896 - Octavo. 61pp. From an edition of 112, this is one of twelve copies for private circulation, and signed by the printer, Buschmann. Illustrated throughout by with eight fine full-page woodcut plates, several text figures, head- and tailpieces, and decorated initial letters printed in black and brown. Border on each page by the important Belgian symbolist artist, Charles Doudelet. The text is a Chanson de Geste from the Flemish, with two additional poems by Belgian author Paul de Mont. Doudelet made his entree into book illustration through his friendship with Maurice Maeterlink, and was one of Maeterlink's first illustrators. He would later design sets for Maeterlink's plays. Doudelet's work shows considerable influence from the Pre-Raphaelites, particularly Burne-Jones, and this influence is particularly evident in this handsome work. Rare: six copies recorded in institutions worldwide, with only two in the U.S. In the publisher's binding of full vellum with cover decorations in black. complete with four silk ties. Prospectus laid in. Slight discoloration to upper rear cover from silk tie, otherwise a fine copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        brown, a [Copeland and Day- Inscribed by Alice Brown, Author] The Rose of Hope

      [Boston]: Privately Printed at Copeland and Day, [1896]. Gray wrappers that extend well over the pages, with title on cover and "Christmas MDCCCXCVI." 24pp., 15 printed, on superb handmade paper. Presentation Copy: "For Grace E. Tuttle and Rose Marie, A little old book to say Merry Christmas gain. Alice Brown, 1934." With small illustrated initial and heart emblem. Colophon states, "The Rose of Hope written by Alice Brown is printed for her and for Herbert Copeland and F. H. Day and their friends by John Wilson and Son Cambridge, Massachusetts Christmas MDCCCXCVI." One of the very few surviving "Christmas Booklets," privately printed by Copeland and Day, made more desirable by this Christmas inscription by the noted author, Alice Brown. #101 Kraus. Near fine.

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        Nama und Damara. Deutsch-Süd-West-Afrika.

      Magdeburg, E. Baensch Jun. 1896 - Ill. Original Leinwand; Gr-8°; 334 S., XXVIII S. mit zahlreichen Tafeln und Abbildungen und 2 gefalt. Karten. -- Erste Ausgabe. - Seltenes und sehr gut illustriertes Werk. -- Einband leicht fleckig, Kanten leicht berieben; die große gefalt. Karte mit hinterlegtem Randeinriss - insgesamt aussergewöhnlich gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - "The work deals with the geography, botany, and natural history of the country, the political situation, and the occupations of the natives, with some remarks on the labours of the missionaries, and numerous illustrations." (Mendelssohn). "A useful record of early colonization and relations between the administration and natives." (Shapera). Mendelssohn I, 563; Shapera, Select. Bibl. of SA Native Life M231; Hess/Coger 5201; Kainbacher 138. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH]
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        Reports on Arltunga Goldfield, etc. Reports on Arltunga Gold Field and Hart's Range Mica Field and Explorations north-east of Hart's Range, north-west of Alice Springs, and of the Frew River Country, &c. ... and also Appendix by Mr R. Etheridge, Junr., being Contributions to the Palaeontology of South Australia ..

      Adelaide, Government Printer, 1896. Foolscap folio, 16 pages plus a page of lithographic illustrations (accompanying the Etheridge paper), 4 folding geological maps and a large folding geological section (all in colour). Salmon-coloured title-wrappers with drop-title contents; minimal stabilisation to the wrappers; light crease down the centre of the entire item; 'University of Adelaide, School of Geology' stamp on the front cover; in excellent condition. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 127 of 1896; one of only 500 copies. Henry Brown, the South Australian Government Geologist, was in the Northern Territory from early April to early August 1896; this paper contains detailed reports (and maps) for each of his five journeys. Etheridge's four-page contribution is 'No. 9 - The Occurrence of Olenellus in the Northern Territory'.

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        THROUGH JUNGLE AND DESERT, Travels in Eastern Africa

      London and New York: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1896. First edition, the London issue, printed and bound from the American sheets with title-page imprint reversed. A note in the books states that this copy was bought directly from the author's grandson. Profusely illustrated throughout based on photographs taken from the author, and with one (of two) of the large folding maps that are so frequently missing from the pocket at the end. So many copies have less than the two maps called for that one suspects they weren't always inserted in every book. Thick 8vo, publishers original navy cloth, with gilt vignette of a lion's head on the upper cover, gilt lettering to the spine, t.e.g. xiv, 535 pp. An unusually nice copy, the cloth in fine shape with almost no wear and only a light touch of mellowing to the spine panel, still very handsome, the hinges a bit shaken but strong and holding firmly, the text block quite bright and well preserved, solid and sturdy, unobtrusive evidence of old damp to the lower gutter, beginning in the final third of the book and reaching the text only in the final quarter, in all cases very mild. RARE FIRST EDITION OF A PRIMARY AFRICAN WORK. The work includes a good deal of material on travel and exploration in Africa and is also a very important work on "big game hunting in Eastern Africa. [The] author hunted exhaustively and saw many new species, one of which was named for him. He traveled with Lt. Von Höhnel and had the same guide as Sir Samuel Baker. [Much of his] hunting was between the Tana and Juba rivers. The work is considered one of the finest reading books on African hunting and travelling." - Ellen Enzler. From a long line of eminent New York families, the author was a soldier, explorer, and politician who later served as U.S. Representative from New York. He was a friend of Teddy Roosevelt, who he thanks in the preface. He spent three years in Africa and became a fellow of the American Geographical Society, the Royal Geographical Society and the Imperial and Royal Geographical Society of Austria.

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        A Shropshire Lad.

      London: Kegan Paul, 1896 - Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine, rules to boards with floral corner-pieces, twin rule to turn-ins with floral corner-pieces, cream endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. The occasional minor blemish, but just about fine in a fine binding. First edition, first impression. One of fewer than 350 copies in this state: the first edition consisted of 500 copies, of which 150 were exported to the United States. Most of the poems were written in the first five months of 1895, a period coinciding with the arrest, trials and imprisonment of Oscar Wilde. Originally titled Poems by Terence Hearsay, the volume was refused by Macmillan, but published by Kegan Paul in March 1896 at Housman's expense. Hayward 305; Tinker 1243; Carter, Sparrow & White 2. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        JUDE THE OBSCURE The Wessex Novels Volume VIII

      London: Osgood, McIlvaine, 1896. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+. Octavo. Etched frontispiece by H. Macbeth-Raeburn with tissue guard and map of Wessex rfep. A very good+ copy bound in original green cloth with gilt lettering spine, gilt design front cover, top edge gilt. Mild cover edge wear, mild spotting ffep, slight scuffing lower spine. Purdy bibliography mentions two distinct states of signatures A - H, with or without page numbers on partially blank pages. This copy has mixed states of these signatures. vii, 515 pp. + map.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Island of Doctor Moreau

      London: William Heinemann, 1896. 222 pp. Approximately 5 1/4 x 7 1/2". 1st edition. Red morocco three-quarter bound, armorial design gilt stamped on cover, gilt title on spine top edge gilt, some wear to edges and corners, specialty binding so no dust jacket included, advertisements not included with binding except for single page on the verso of the half-title with Heinemann listings starting with "The Manxman", bookplate, otherwise, very good plus condition. The armorial binding on the cover is that of Henry Arthur Johnstone, who was a well known book collector in the late 1800's. The armorial design has the initials "H.A.J." and a pair of crossed swords. Additionally, the leather bookplate had a gilt stamped design of a ship with the name "Henry Arthur Johnstone" and the year "1899". Johnstone's library was important at the time and was sold en bloc to a London bookseller in 1921, with several of his books now held in the Folger library. Described by Wells as "an exercise in youthful blasphemy", the Island of Doctor Moreau is a very early science fiction novel about a mad scientist who creates human-like hybrid beings

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        The Poetical Works of Robert Browning

      London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1896. 2 Vols. Octavo. Bound in publisher's green cloth, with gilt motif to front board and gilt titles to spine; top edge gilt. Portrait frontispieces to both volumes. Accompanied by Robert Browning's dried buttonhole decoration from June '86, preserved in a contemporary envelope, with two related typed letters from the poet, unsigned. A somewhat used copy; bindings are rubbed, frayed at head of spine with a chip, boards scratched, with bumping to extremities, joints starting; volume one front free endpaper, half-title and frontispiece detached, binding loosened due to the preserved buttonhole and letters; volume two last page of catalogue and rear three endpapers detached. Volume one largely clean, volume two shows some staining. Bookseller's ticket on paste down of volume one, "R Waugh, Bookseller, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne". Unsophisticated copy, attractive for the romance of the buttonhole, remarkably apt for Browning.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        ITALIA - "Italia divisa in provincie. Carta corografico-stradale". Grande e bella carta geografica originariamente ripiegata, molto decorativa.

      1896. Formato 98x67. Litografia a colori,  piccoli restauri al verso. Milano, presso l'Editore Antonio Vallardi, 

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        FAMOUS FOOTBALLERS 1895-1896

      First collected edition, having originally been issued in 14 separate fascicles during 1895-96. Double crown 4to (38cm); 224 large photographic plates depicting the best-known football and rugby players of the day alongside famous teams and administrators. Crimson red publisher's sand-grained cloth with a gilt figure of a footballer dribbling the ball below gilt title lettering framed in a pennant. Apart from a few minor blemishes to the cloth boards and a tiny section of splitting near the head of the spine on the back panel, this is a really bright and solid copy, with all plates clean. NB: AS THIS IS A LARGE AND HEAVY BOOK AN EXTRA POSTAGE CHARGE MAY APPLYEach large leaf has the portrait photograph of a footballer, or team group, on one face, and a rugby player on the other, along with a printed example of the player's autograph and a brief biography; "Father of Football" Alcock wrote those for the round ball players while George Rowland Hill covered the oval ball merchants.

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        Bulletin de l'Association Amicale des Anciens Elèves du Pensionnat de Juvigny-sur-Loison, Meuse (13 Premiers Numéros reliés en 2 Volumes, du N° 1 de Septembre 1896 au N° 13 de décembre 1908)

      Rédaction et Administration 1896 - 2 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-basane verte, Rédaction et Administration, 1896-1908 , 24-48-16-68-20-120-89-101-99 pp. ; Vol. II : 131 pp., 2 ff., 112 pp. et pl. hors texte, 2 ff., 98 pp. ; pp. 10-109 ; 86 pp., 102 pp. Rare recueil suivi réunissant les 13 premiers numéros, enrichi de plusieurs documents originaux, dont le récépissé de déclaration de l'Association en 1903. Bon état (rel. très lég. frotté, un f. coupé dans le n°6) pour cet ensemble de la plus grande rareté. Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal]
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        Études d'économie sociale. (Théorie de la répartition de la richesse sociale.)

      Lausanne & Paris: F. Rouge, F. Pichon, 1896 - Octavo (208 x 140 mm). Contemporary blue half cloth, titles to spine gilt, dark blue boards. Early Italian library stamp to front pastedown; ownership signature to half-title in light pencil. Spine rubbed, faint stain to front board, contents slightly toned. A very good copy. 3 diagrams, one folding. First edition of one of Walras's major contributions to his economico-social doctrine, based on lectures which he held at the University of Lausanne during the years of 1870 through 1892. "As far as pure theory is concerned, Walras is in my opinion the greatest of all economists" (Schumpeter in: Blaug, Great economists before Keynes, p. 264). In this work, as well as in his Etudes d'Economie politique appliquée (1898), Walras's main interest in pure theory (which he had earlier presented in Eléments d'Economie politique pure, 1874-77), shifted to issues of applied economics and social economics which actually was a revival of the activity he began when he was young. Einaudi 5970; Masui 537; Mattioli 3800; The New Palgrave 3, p. 863; Sraffa 6248; Walker 194. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        THE CRUISE OF THE ANTARCTIC

      Edward Arnold, 1896. First Edition. Cloth. Good/No Dust Jacket. 1st Edition: Half title, photographic frontispiece, title, dedication, preface, contents, list of illustrations 243pages, 32pages of advertisements at rear. 12 plates (including frontispiece). Original blue cloth with silver pictorial cover. Spine has had another cover poorly added. Back cover and spine damp damaged. Previous owners signature on half title, tissue guard over frontispiece missing a small portion and foxed, odd spotting to some pages but overall contents clean, tight and bright. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 2 kilogram. Category: Arctic & Antarctic; 19th century; Exploration. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 527. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Circus Day (Little Folks Library)

      Chicago and New York: The Werner Company, 1896. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. First edition, first issue. 128pp. Tiny book measuring 2 3/8" x 2 3/16", bound in boards with a cloth-like finish. Good only with offsetting to spine and inner edges of covers from binding, front cover rubbed along edges with delicate hinge near front, a few small stains to covers, small hole in ffep matching small glue spot on front paste down. Pages 37-44 and 51-60 loose. An "almost legendary" rarity of American author George Ade's first book under his own name, according to Ade bibliographer Dorothy Ritter Russo.

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        Dionysii Cartusiani Opera Omnia : in unum corpus digesta ad fidem editionum coloniensium (44 volumi dei quali 40 rilegati in pelle)

      Typis Cartusiae Sanctae Mariae de Pratis Tornaci, 1896. 44 volumi dei quali 40 rilegati in pelle

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        Handkerchief

      n.d. circa 1896 - Handkerchief (38 x 37 cm), depicting Prince George of Greece, with 2 Cretan flags and 2 Cretans, bordered in blue. A fine example.

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        Small Songs for Small Singers

      G. Schirmer New York 1896 - First Edition. Quarto, original illustrated boards and matching dustjacket. Music accompanied by color illustrations after Greenaway. Extremely scarce in dustjacket. Very Good, spine cloth with discoloration, lower front cover with centimeter dent (bumped), in nearly Very Good dustjacket, some chips at edges, spine chipped internally perhaps 20% loss. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Queen Elizabeth...

      London: Boussod Valadon & Cie. 1896. Folio, coloured frontispiece & 39 full page engraved plates with captioned tissue guards, full red morocco, gilt spine, tooled. Limited edition 146/200; book plate of William Montague Hay. Deluxe edition, with the plates supplied in two states, of a richly illustrated history of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I with photogravure plates of art, treasures and portraits, engraved by Boussod Valadon & Cie. The handsome binding by Henderson & Bisset, bookbinders to Queen Victoria, is a fine example of ornate,elegant bookbinding of the late Victorian period here in immaculate condition.

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        An Outcast of the Islands

      London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896. First edition, with "this" for "their" on p. 26, l. 31; "Absolution" for "ablution" p. 110, l. 12; "9" missing on p. 129; and "hate" for "fate" on p. 356, l. 26. Title-page in red and black. [ii, ads], [vi], 391, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo (200 x 135 mm). Publisher's green cloth, gilt spine title, gilt top edge. Minor browning to endleaves, else very fine. First edition, with "this" for "their" on p. 26, l. 31; "Absolution" for "ablution" p. 110, l. 12; "9" missing on p. 129; and "hate" for "fate" on p. 356, l. 26. Title-page in red and black. [ii, ads], [vi], 391, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo (200 x 135 mm). Presentation Copy, Inscribed. Presentation copy of the first edition, inscribed "From the author" on the front flyleaf (Galsworthy's copy, also a presentation, bore a similar inscription, Seeger part I, lot 9, Sotheby's, 10 July 2013). With a pencil note on the front pastedown that this copy was "Inscribed by the author to F.C. Redmayne. "The publication of Conrad's second book was plagued with problems. A fire destroyed the original electrotype plates late in 1895 and the book was hastily reset and proofed, leaving in an inordinate number of typos and dropped letters. The number of copies printed is unknown, but presentation copies as fine as this are rarely encountered. Cagle A2(2) binding a; Ehrsam, p. 293; Keating 4; Smith 2; Wise, Conrad 2

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        Sense and Sensibility

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited; The Macmillan Company, New York., 1896. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. With an introduction by Austin Dobson. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, covers stamped with floral pattern in blind, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Black and white illustrated frontispiece and 39 plates by Thomson. Faded contemporary ownership signature to pastedown. Spine a little sunned and lightly bumped at ends, cloth slightly marked, tips a little rubbed, slight separation of text block in places, occasional light foxing and a few tiny blemishes to contents. A very good copy. First edition of Thomson's illustrated Sense and Sensibility. Hugh Thomson was one of the most notable book illustrators of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his illustrations for Jane Austen's novels remain widely regarded as classics in the field. The present edition was also issued in a variant binding with gilt floral patterns to the cloth.

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        John Gabriel Borkman. Skuespil i fire Akter.

      Orig. udgave. Kbhvn.: Gyldendalske Boghandel 1896. [8] + 248 s. Orig. komponeret rødbrunt hellærred med tresidet guldsnit. Rent og velholdt eksemplar.

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        Sense and Sensibility. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited; New York: The Macmillan Company, 1896 - Octavo. Original red cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, covers stamped with floral pattern in blind, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Faded contemporary ownership signature to pastedown. Spine a little sunned and lightly bumped at ends, cloth slightly marked, tips a little rubbed, slight separation of text block in places, occasional light foxing and a few tiny blemishes to contents. A very good copy. Black and white illustrated frontispiece and 39 plates by Thomson. First edition of Thomson's illustrated Sense and Sensibility. Hugh Thomson was one of the most notable book illustrators of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his illustrations for Jane Austen's novels remain widely regarded as classics in the field. The present edition was also issued in a variant binding with gilt floral patterns to the cloth. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Holger Rosenkrantz den lærde: En biografisk Skildring med Bidrag til Belysning af danske Kirke- og Studieforhold i det syttende Aarhundredes første Halvdel, med Portræt

      Første udgave, En stor del af manuskriptet blev offentliggjort i den trykte bog hermed sider, August bang. Kjøbenhavn, 1896, Begge bøfer indbundet i pæne samtidige halvlæder med ophøjede bånd og røde titelfelter, med rig rygforgyldning og guldtryk. , med Vedlagt håndskrever Manuskript til Prisopgave ved Kjøbenhavns Universitet .fra 1890-91. Holger Rosenkrantz liv og Theologi. Findes kun i dette originalmanuskript på 415 tætskrevne side. Opgaven fik som helt usædvanlig guldmedalje.

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        Jude The Obscure (in fine binding)

      London: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co, 1896. First edition. Leather_bound. Fine. First editon, first issue with numbered partially printed, chapter-concluding pages in signatures A-H and unnumbered thereafter. bound in full tan morocco lined in gilt and with hubbed spine with title and fleurons in gilt; new marbled endpapers; top edge gilt. 516 pp. with frontispiece engraving "The 'Christminster' Of The Story" and map after p. 516 (which is unnumbered as is the map page). A fine, bright example. Very handsome indeed.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1896 - 1896 Wisden Publisher's Hardback near fine

      1896. On offer here is the extremely rare 1896 Original Publisher's Hardback - the first year of the hardbacks. The front board is in excellent, bright condition with no marks and bright gilt. The rear board has no issues at all - clean and bright. The gilt title to the spine remains bright. There is just the slightest amount of wear to the right and left hand margins of the spine but nothing serious. Internally everything is in excellent condition and the only issue to report really is that the front hinge appears to have been restored and is now strong. The front and rear yellow end papers are in excellent, bright condition. The photoplate of W. G. Grace is in excellent condition. The contents are all original, clean, unmarked and without foxing. The book comes with a purpose made brown presentation box which is in fine condition. A really nice example. If intending to buy from outside the UK mainland please contact us before buying to ascertain methods and prices of postage.

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        Komplette Folge der legendären Zeitschrift JUGEND-Münchner Illustrierte Wochenschrift für Kunst und Leben von 1896-1923. Alle 28 Jahrgänge in den gebundenen, gesuchten Ausgaben. Von der seltenen ersten Ausgabe 1896 bis 1923 vollständig!

      München: Georg Hirth 1896-1940 - Die originalen, schönen Leineneinbände mit Deckel- und Rückenillustration, zum Teil altersbedingt leicht bestoßen, verblasst, fleckig und berieben. Innen sauber und gut erhalten. 4to (30 x 23 cm – 32 x 25 cm) Insgesamt schöne Exemplare und in dieser Folge von größter Seltenheit Die JUGEND wurde zum Namensgeber der Kunstrichtung Jugendstil, was zeigt, wie wichtig die Zeitschrift für die stilgeschichtliche Debatte der frühen Moderne in Deutschland war. Die von Georg Hirth und Fritz von Ostini gegründete Kunst- und Literaturzeitschrift, erschien von 1896 bis 1940 in München. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE EXPLORATION OF THE CAUCASUS With Illustrations from photographs by Vittorio Sella

      Edward Arnold 1896. . 1st Ed. 2 vols. 4to. xxiii + 278pp. + x + 295pp. 12 vignettes, 76 photogravure plates, 4 folding maps including 1 in rear pocket, 3 folding panoramas (one with a key), 1 plain plate. Ex.-Haileybury lib. with bookplates, light stain to tail of gutter hinge to front and back, some light sporadic foxing, original two tone cloth with gilt lettering and design, minor marking to boards, chipped and discoloured spines affixed, t.e.g. Neate F64. ‘A magnificent work compiled and illustrated by Freshfield and his friends.' Baker ‘A turning point in the exploration of the Caucasus came with the journey of Mr Douglas Freshfield in 1868 ... Among the last that of V. Sella is notable, not only for the magnificent photographic work accomplished, but also because he anticipated the Russian surveyors in parts of the Suanetian range.' Additional postage may be necessary US$1287

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        Dienstmanns-Wegemesser für Berlin Juli 1896.

      - Farblithographie v. J. Straube b. Jul. Straube in Berlin, dat. 1896, 50,5 x 61,5 Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 1121. Der Originaltitel (Droschken-Wegmesser) mit dem neuen Titel überklebt, so auch 1893 herausgegeben (siehe Schulz 1059). Alle 160 Meter sind farblich kekennzeichnet, eine einfache "Fahrt" ging über 15 Farben-Abschnitte (2400 Meter). Reicht von der heutigen Wolankstraße im Norden bis zur Hasenheide im Süden, von der Jungfernheide im Westen bis nach Rummelsburg im Osten. Alt auf Leinwand montiert, faltbar eingerichtet, in schlichtem Leinen-Umschlag der Zeit, vorgebunden "Polizei=Verordnung betreffend den Betrieb des Dienstmanngewerbes, 1875" und "Verzeichnis der Dienstmanns=Standplätze." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works, now newly imprinted.

      Hammersmith: printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press,, 1896. Edited by F. S. Ellis. Folio. Original holland-backed blue paper boards, printed spine label, uncut edges. With an autograph letter on on Kelmscott House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith headed paper, dated 13 May 1895. Housed in a custom blindstamped calf solander box. Printed in black and red in Chaucer type, the titles of longer poems printed in Troy type. Double columns. With 87 woodcut illustrations after Sir Edward Burne-Jones, redrawn by Robert Catterson-Smith and cut by W. H. Hooper, woodcut title-page, 14 variously repeated woodcut borders, 18 variously repeated woodcut frames around illustrations, 27 nineteen-line woodcut initial words, numerous three-, six-, and ten-line woodcut initial letters, and woodcut printer's device, all designed by William Morris, and cut by C. E. Keates, W. H. Hooper, and W. Spielmeyer. Bookplates of John Charrington and H. L. Doolittle. Spine label slightly chipped, linen backstrip a little browned, touch of wear to tips, a little fraying to front joint, front hinge tender, front free endpaper lightly creased, occasional faint foxing to fore edge, text unaffected. An excellent, crisp copy of a book often met with in a later binding. First Kelmscott edition, one of 425 copies on paper, from the total edition of 438 copies. The most ambitious and magnificent book of the Press, it was four years in the making. Morris designed the watermark for the paper, which was copied from an Italian incunable in Morris's collection and made entirely of linen by Batchelor. It took several requests before Clarendon Press granted permission to use Skeat's new edition of Chaucer. Burne-Jones called the book a pocket cathedral it is so full of design, and the finest book ever printed; if W. M. had done nothing else it would be enough. Burne-Jones devoted all his Sundays for almost three years to the work, and Morris came to talk with him as he drew. As the artist worked he increased the number of proposed illustrations from 48 to 60 to 72 to 87, and Morris accepted each change. The process of adapting the drawings to the woodblock, and engraving them, was entrusted to W. H. Hooper and R. Catterson-Smith, with Burne-Jones closely supervising every detail. Of these lovely pictures, those for the Canterbury Tales, the Romaunt of the Rose, Troilus and Criseyde, and the Legende of Goode Wimmen are better known than those for Chaucer's translation of Boethius, his prayer to the Virgin, the Parlement of Foules, A Treatise on the Astrolabe, and the surrealistic House of Fame. All are equally beautiful, and all contain images which remind one strongly of his paintings. "The Kelmscott Chaucer is not only the most important of the Kelmscott Press's productions; it is also one of the great books of the world. Its splendour can hardly be matched among the books of the time." (Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England). Laid in to this copy is an autograph letter signed from Morris to Arthur Joseph Gaskin (1862–1928), the wood-engraver, portrait artist, jewellery designer, and book illustrator, arranging a meeting. Gaskin had trained at the Birmingham School of Art, and the two "probably met in October 1891, when Morris gave a talk on the collection of pre-Raphaelite paintings at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery... though possibly they had met even earlier since Gaskin had been a member of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society since 1890" (Letters, III, p. 474). Morris commissioned him to work on three Kelmscott Press books, including The Well at World's End in 1893. However, he was dissatisfied with Gaskin's drawings, and in early 1895 finally informed him that they would not be used, turning instead to Burne-Jones, which Gaskin accepted without demur. He and his wife visited Kelmscott in June that year, a few weeks after this letter was sent.

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        The Works, now newly imprinted. Edited by F. S. Ellis.

      Hammersmith: printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, 1896 - Folio. Original holland-backed blue paper boards, printed spine label, uncut edges. With an autograph letter on on Kelmscott House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith headed paper, dated 13 May 1895. Housed in a custom blindstamped calf solander box. Bookplates of John Charrington and H. L. Doolittle. Spine label slightly chipped, linen backstrip a little browned, touch of wear to tips, a little fraying to front joint, front hinge tender, front free endpaper lightly creased, occasional faint foxing to fore edge, text unaffected. An excellent, crisp copy of a book often met with in a later binding. Printed in black and red in Chaucer type, the titles of longer poems printed in Troy type. Double columns. With 87 woodcut illustrations after Sir Edward Burne-Jones, redrawn by Robert Catterson-Smith and cut by W. H. Hooper, woodcut title-page, 14 variously repeated woodcut borders, 18 variously repeated woodcut frames around illustrations, 27 nineteen-line woodcut initial words, numerous three-, six-, and ten-line woodcut initial letters, and woodcut printer's device, all designed by William Morris, and cut by C. E. Keates, W. H. Hooper, and W. Spielmeyer. First Kelmscott edition, one of 425 copies on paper, from the total edition of 438 copies. The most ambitious and magnificent book of the Press, it was four years in the making. Morris designed the watermark for the paper, which was copied from an Italian incunable in Morris's collection and made entirely of linen by Batchelor. It took several requests before Clarendon Press granted permission to use Skeat's new edition of Chaucer. Burne-Jones called the book a pocket cathedral it is so full of design, and the finest book ever printed; if W. M. had done nothing else it would be enough. Burne-Jones devoted all his Sundays for almost three years to the work, and Morris came to talk with him as he drew. As the artist worked he increased the number of proposed illustrations from 48 to 60 to 72 to 87, and Morris accepted each change. The process of adapting the drawings to the woodblock, and engraving them, was entrusted to W. H. Hooper and R. Catterson-Smith, with Burne-Jones closely supervising every detail. Of these lovely pictures, those for the Canterbury Tales, the Romaunt of the Rose, Troilus and Criseyde, and the Legende of Goode Wimmen are better known than those for Chaucer's translation of Boethius, his prayer to the Virgin, the Parlement of Foules, A Treatise on the Astrolabe, and the surrealistic House of Fame. All are equally beautiful, and all contain images which remind one strongly of his paintings. "The Kelmscott Chaucer is not only the most important of the Kelmscott Press's productions; it is also one of the great books of the world. Its splendour can hardly be matched among the books of the time." (Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England). Laid in to this copy is an autograph letter signed from Morris to Arthur Joseph Gaskin (1862–1928), the wood-engraver, portrait artist, jewellery designer, and book illustrator, arranging a meeting. Gaskin had trained at the Birmingham School of Art, and the two "probably met in October 1891, when Morris gave a talk on the collection of pre-Raphaelite paintings at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. though possibly they had met even earlier since Gaskin had been a member of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society since 1890" (Letters, III, p. 474). Morris commissioned him to work on three Kelmscott Press books, including The Well at World's End in 1893. However, he was dissatisfied with Gaskin's drawings, and in early 1895 finally informed him that they would not be used, turning instead to Burne-Jones, which Gaskin accepted without demur. He and his wife visited Kelmscott in June that year, a few weeks after this letter was sent. Peterson A40; Sparling 40; see Franklin, Private Presses, p. 192; Robinson, William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones and the Kelmscott Chaucer. Kelvin, ed. The Collected Letters of William Morris, Volume III: 18

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        Aegypternes forestillinger om livet efter døden i forbindelse med guderne Ra og osiris.

      Kristiania 1896 - Quarto. Pp. (4), 172. Hardcover, bound in contemporary red three-quarters cloth and matching marbled boards, gilt-ruled sides, spine lettered, decorated, and dated in gilt, upper board bit sun faded. Endpapers foxed, some sporadic foxing inside, else a nice copy in a very good condition. ~ First edition. Extremely rare. Kristensen's original doctoral thesis ("Egyptian Ideas about the Hereafter in Connection with the Gods Re and Osiris"). Lithographed in its entirety from the manuscript. Willem Brede Kristensen (1867-1953). Dutch orientalist and anthropologist of Norwegian origin. He was professor for the History of Religion at the Leiden University(1901-37) and made a special study of ancient religions and anthropology, including Egyptian beliefs. He also studied Sanskrit, Hebrew, Avestian, Phoenician and Egyptian. Kristensen's work and thought were very influential and he is considered by some as "the father of many scholars in the fields of Egyptology and comparative religion i.e. De Buck, Van der Leeuw, Bleeker, and Zandee. His most well known work was "Life out of Death" (published in Dutch as "Het leven uit den dood", 1926). His collected lectures were published as "The Meaning of Religion: Lectures in the Phenomenology of Religion" (1960). See also: Heerma van Voss e.a: "Studies in Egyptian Religion Dedicated to Professor Jan Zandee" (Leiden 1982). ~ Provenance: From the library of renowned Egyptologist Prof. Heerma van Voss with his charming bookplate inside cover. Before that in the private collection of G. van der Leeuw with a small oval ink stamp to that effect. Beinlich-Seeber 11094. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Baltische Studien. AF [1.1832 - 46.1896]. Herausgegeben von der Gesellschaft für Pommersche Geschichte und Alterthumskunde. 15 in 8 Bdd.

      Stettin u. a. Friedrich Heinrich Morin u. a. 1853-1896. - je ca. 240 S., 8°. mit lithographierten Tafeln, gefalteten Tabellen und Faltkarten. Bibliotheks-Hln. Ausgemusterte Exemplare der UB Greifswald mit entsprechenden Stempeln und Klebern. Gebrauchsspuren. Die frühen Jahrgänge der noch bestehenden Zeitschrift. Vorhanden sind die Bände 15/16 (in einem Band), 17/18,1 (m.n.e.) (in einem Band), 19/20 (in einem Band), 21/22 (in einem Band), 23, 33/34 (in einem Band), 35/36 (in einem Band), 45/46 (in einem Band). Beigefügt: Baltische Studien AF 29, Viertes Heft, 1879. kt. Unbeschnitten. Starke Alterungsspuren. Enthält u. a.: Hundekorn - Verlassenschaftsinventar der Herzogin Sophie von Pommern - Sittenpolizeiliches aus dem 18. Jahrhundert. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Protokolle der Kommission für die zweite Lesung des Entwurfs des bürgerlichen Gesetzbuchs. Bde. 2-7 (ohne den Band 1). Dabei: Band II: Recht der Schuldverhältnisse, Abschn. II, Tit. 2-20, Abschn. III-IV; Band III: Sachenrecht; Band IV: Familienrecht; Band V: Erbrecht; Band VI: Anwendung ausländischer Gesetze; Entwurf II des Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuchs Revision; Entwurf des Einführungsgesetzes; Entwurf eines Gesetzes betr. Aenderungen des Gerichtsverfassungsgesetzes ; Band VII: Register (angefertigt von H. Jatzow).

      Berlin, Guttentag, 1896 - 844; 783; 878; 894; 804; 216 S. Schöner Original-Halblederband (mit Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln mit Lederecken und handgeschöpftem Buntpapier als Vorsätze). Oberer Schnitt etwas abgegriffen und fleckig. Einband berieben und bestoßen. Bibliotheksexemplar mit den entsprechenden Stempelungen und Einträgen. Innen gelegentlich etwas angeschmutzt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 24 x 17 cm, Halbleder mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Galileo a madame Cristina di Lorena (1615)

      Cm. 1,7 x 1,2, pp. 206. Ritratto di Galileo inciso all'antiporta. Bross. orig. con titoli a stampa a piatto e dorso. Qualche trascurabile e fisiologico segno del tempo. Esemplare ben conservato, custodito entro cofanetto coevo. Questo celebre libro di formato minuscolo si dichiara essere il più piccolo mai stampato con caratteri mobili. Il carattere utilizzato è noto con il nome di "occhio di mosca" e fu utilizzato dallo stesso editore per l'altrettanto celebre edizione di Dante del 1878. In fine appare la dicitura: stampato coi caratteri del Dantino onde superare qualsiasi altra minuscola edizione, Maggio 1897. Cfr. Welsh, A bibliography of miniature books, 2935; Fumagalli (Lexicon a pag. 276): "...Les freres Salmin publierent en 1897 une Lettera a Galileo... qui est, peut-etre, le plus petit livre du monde, veritable". La qualità non eccelsa delle fotografie si deve alla estrema difficoltà di mettere a fuoco un oggetto alto 1,7 cm.

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        Advice to Young Anglers

      [New York: William Mills & Son], 1896. First edition. 38 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Printed tan wrappers. Sewn. Small snag at top of spine, with small chip, else fine. First edition. 38 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Amusing comments on various aspects of angling and camping. Carleton was a journalist, the managing editor of the old "Life" magazine for which he wrote the humorous "Thompson Street Poker Club" papers. He was also a successful playwright: his play "The Butterflies", featuring John Drew, made Maude Adams a star. In this book, distributed by a fishing tackle firm, he states, "If the few little precepts I have given can be of any use to the young anglers who will read them, I shall be glad. They have been of no use to me.". Not in Bruns, Sheets, Wetzel

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